Last week the Star Journal had an article on organic farming in Rhinelander. This week we feature another organic operation,
By Star Journal Staff Courtesy of BPT Warm weather and fresh food go hand in hand. While healthy foods dominate
Organize your pantry, organize your life! By Hope Williams, RD, CD, CDE, CLS Health & Wellness Specialist, Ministry Medical Group
Peace Café will be remembered for local, organic, homemade By Eileen Persike, Editor, with Debbie Jircik The Peace Cafe may
By Hope Williams, RD, CD, CDE, CLS, Health and Wellness Specialist Ministry Medical Group Rhinelander Memorial Day weekend unofficially
With spring in full bloom, do you find yourself looking for ways to creatively add flavor to lighter, fresher fare?
It could be said that Pat Karaba runs one of the largest restaurants in town, serving some of Rhinelander’s most discerning clientele. Up to 1700 children, ages….
Sunday, March 1st is a
day for lovers. No, it’s not Valentine’s Day, but chocolate may be
involved. It’s Peanut Butter Lover’s Day. Honestly, what goes better
with chocolate than peanut butter?
If you know Becky Berwig, there’s a good chance that when you met she
was wearing an apron and talking food and recipes, and the fun of
cooking with the….
Harvesting wild rice has remained very much unchanged through the
centuries in Northern Wisconsin. A canoe, a long pole and two wooden
sticks, called knockers were used by Native Americans as far back as can
be recalled, and are still used today.